Natalie Horrobin argues that the vandalizing of the Rashford mural following the Lions’ defeat in the Euro, is the proof that Britain is still deeply engrained with racism. Natalie is studying English Literature at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Rashford mural: a case for Britain’s persistent racism
Kate Hanton argues that the Government’s ‘retain and explain’ policy around statues linked to the Empire and Slavery sets a dangerous precedent for our understanding of British history. Kate studies Law at the University of Oxford. Continue reading ‘Retain and Explain’: Obscuring Britain’s Dark Past?
The tragic news of Sarah Everard’s death has hit hard for so many women as they share online their personal experiences of sexual harassment. Here, Natalie Horrobin puts into words what many women are feeling around the country right now. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Sarah Everard – what is it like to walk alone as a woman?
Daniel Mansfield reviews Russell T Davies’ brand new Channel 4 series “It’s A Sin”, starring Olly Alexander. Daniel argues that whilst focusing on the tragic aspects of the AIDS epidemic, the five part series is just as much of a burst of joy and hope in our pandemic ridden lives. Daniel studies BA English Literature and Philosophy at Durham University. Continue reading It’s A Sin: A Harrowing, Heartbreaking and Eerily Pertinent Masterpiece
In this article Omo Ifabua examines the masterpiece behind Julia Quinn’s novel ‘The Duke & I’ and Netflix’s ‘Bridgerton’. Omo is studying Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University. Continue reading Why you must read ‘The Duke & I’ before watching Bridgerton Season 1
Tabitha Wilson discusses the current narrative around influencers flouting Covid rules and travelling abroad. Tabitha is studying Politics at Durham University. Continue reading Influencers in Dubai